of Sleep Apnea Patients
remain Undiagnosed

Are your patients at risk?

OSA is the most common form of breathing sleep disorder.
Caused by an obstruction to the upper airway during sleep as a result of several factors:

  • Inherent physical characteristics
  • Excess weight
  • Alcohol consumption before sleep

Most Common Symptoms of OSA

  • Snoring
  • Morning headaches
  • Waking up sweating
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Frequent trips to the bathroom during the night
  • Problems staying asleep (insomnia)
  • Waking up and gasping for air
  • Bed partner witnesses apneas

Sleep Apnea and the Cardiovascular System

  • OSA worsens high blood pressure and causes wear and tear on the heart muscle by over-engaging the sympathetic response.
  • High blood pressure is present in as many as 50% of people with sleep apnea.
  • The relationship between sleep apnea and hypertension is especially significant in cases of intransigent hypertension.
  • OSA increases the risk for ischemic heart disease, heart attacks, and stroke.

Every pause in breathing can contribute to the following:

  • Vasoconstriction
  • Oxidative stress/inflammation
  • Hypercoagulopathy
  • Hypoxia/hypercapnia
  • Potential for LV hypertrophy
  • Increased insulin resistance

…and many patients can have as many as 100 events per hour!
Obstructive Sleep Apnea has been linked to the following Arrhythmias:

  • Bradycardia/tachycardia
  • Blockages
  • Atrial-fibrillation
  • Ventricular ectopy
  • Asystole/sudden cardiac death


The STOP-Bang Questionnaire : Answer these Eight questions by yes or no

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Helping your patients sleep better

  • If your patients report sleep complaints, assess for obstructive sleep apnea (STOP-Bang) or other sleep disorders
  • Explain that sleep in combination with moderate physical activity may promote remission and help prevent relapse
  • Keep CSCC brochures and forms in your office to help foster awareness of sleep disorders in your patients
  • If your patient screens positive for OSA and has a supportive clinical history, please refer them to Comprehensive Sleep Care Center for an evaluation

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  • A seamless process from diagnosis to therapy for you and your patient referrals
  • A sleep medicine practice solely focused on sleep medicine
  • Pre-certification services of your patient’s insurance provided by our billing specialists
  • Collaborative partnership and multidisciplinary approach with our referring providers and their patients
  • An individualized, tailored treatment plan for the entire spectrum of sleep health management
  • Full service sleep health practice providing DME, including our onsite team of dentists for the treatment of mild to moderate sleep apnea by oral appliance therapy. Insurance billed directly on the behalf of your patient
  • Ongoing patient education, long term support and compliance monitoring of CPAP therapy to enhance patient outcomes
  • Home Sleep study program available
  • Quick turnaround on results and updated follow up notes provided